From Multi-brand Sports Retail’s
Best-Kept Secret To Goldmine

How to leverage RFID source tagged items from leading brands to unlock omnichannel

How to leverage RFID source tagged items from leading brands to unlock omnichannel

This e-book explains how multi-brand sports fashion and apparel retailers can leverage RFID source tagged items from leading sports brands. This enables them to:

  • kick-start their RFID journey
  • align bricks-and-mortar and online shopping experience
  • ensures future-proof retail operations

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Interested in learning more about this subject?

Make sure you watch the webinar ‘Sports fashion and apparel retail: how to leverage RFID source tagged items from leading sports brands to unlock omnichannel.’

  • Date: June 30 2020
  • Time: 10AM EST | 16:00 CEST

In this e-book

Why increase the available (sellable) stock across all channels?

Why increase the available (sellable) stock across all channels?

As technology has embedded itself in customer behavior, shoppers switch between online shops, stores, social media channels, and marketplaces. As a result, brands and retailers are challenged to make this a seamless shopping experience.

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Knowing the flow, the location and the status of merchandise

Major sports retail brands are adopting RFID for generating stock visibility. This is a foundation for their omnichannel purposes. Well-known examples in the market are Adidas, Nike and Under Armour.
The objective for doing so is to create stock visibility and make sure products are available and easily accessible.

How to get started for sports fashion and apparel retailers

How to get started for sports fashion and apparel retailers

The success of an RFID project lies in stripping away complexity. This e-book explains various ways of how to implement a successful RFID project in a multi-brand retail environment.

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